This report shows the market share of connections (ICPs) by retail entities in various regions at a point in time. Brand information is only available on 31 December each year from 2011.
This report shows the market share of connections (ICPs) by retail entities in various regions and how this has changed through time.
This report shows metering types and categories broken down by retail entities or metering equipment providers (MEPs). For example, it can show the number of smart meters installed by each retailer.
This report shows retail market share by connections (ICPs) broken down by retail entity and region at a point in time and changes through time.
This report shows the market share of connections (ICPs) by retail entities in various regions and how this has changed through time relative to the selected start date.
This report shows a snapshot of the number (or proportion) of electricity connections at a point in time in different regions. Users are able to investigate further by selecting different regional breakdowns and market segments.
This report shows the growth in retailers by connections they serve. Retail brand information is available for calendar years only.
This report shows the entry and exit of retail entities through time. Monitoring market entry and exit, or assessing barriers to entry and exit, is an important measure of competitive markets. Information is presented for retail parent companies, retail brands, and traders responsible for ICPs. The report may be extended to include other participants in the future.
This report illustrates the change in the share of total connections (ICPs) held by the largest retailer(s) in each region over time. Users can select from one to four largest retailers and explore the market concentration regionally and by market segments.
This report shows the choice of electricity supplier available to consumers in each region. Increasing choice indicates market entry and expansion within the retail market. For regions other than network reporting regions the report shows the total suppliers, maximum choice, and minimum choice. Users can choose from retail parent companies or retail brands (which are available from 2011).